- Aug 11, 2006
- AFL Club
- West Coast
- Other Teams
The point is..... if you enjoy your job, money is secondary for meYou do you.
If you are leaving permanent positions every 6-12 months then employers are going to look at your CV and wonder why you can't stick it out in one place. But if you are moving contract to contract or keep getting promotions or better offers then loyalty is great but doesn't pay the bills.
There's no point staying in a job you hate because you feel compelled to. I've seen many people stick with jobs that make them miserable because they feel they have to. And not in the sense of needing to bank every last cent to stay above water, out of misdirected loyalty and a false sense of importance.
Thats actually not correct.When was this? The National Employment Standards say 2 weeks pay for every year of service when made redundant.
Hmmm.Thats actually not correct.
Goes down to 12 weeks after 10 years service and stays there.
Long held IR tradition that the courts assume you have access to LSL in that situation.
Nope that has not changed since the introduction of the Fair Work act under the Alp governmentHmmm.
Is this more anti-worker bulls**t from the current government? It was 2 weeks per year of service topping out at 26 weeks when I last worked in IR (about 5 years ago.) Not at all hard to believe that they've reduced it unfortunately.